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Battle Of The Bulge-Bracket Banks

First: “Bulge-bracket” is a colloquialism of the financial industry used to describe the largest multinational banks. Bulge-bracket banks are the largest firms in size, market capitalization, and levels of security issuances. 371 more words

MARKETS + ECONOMY

Almost Armaggeddon revisited 8 years later

Eight years ago today Lehman Bros. filed for bankruptcy.

Everything that happen to the US economy since then can be attributed to that filing and its ramifications. 266 more words

Economy

The biggest debt fund in the world just cut its bet on bonds as Jamie Dimon urges rate hike

Pacific Investment Management Co.’s Total Return Fund, the world’s biggest actively run debt fund, is trimming its bet on bonds.

Total Return cut the duration of its holdings to 5.27 years as of Aug. 646 more words

U.S. Federal Reserve

A Cult of Jamie: Everything You Need To Know About Jamie Dimon

If by any chance you find yourself wondering about who is the current president and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, the answer is Jamie Dimon, one of the most powerful people in finance globally. 802 more words

Patrick Dwyer

Killing technology innovation in the public markets

In 2004, Google finally went public in a long-awaited offering, via Dutch auction, that lit the public markets on fire.

But Google’s S-1 filing was probably as unusual as anything the technology markets had ever seen: The company promised to not deliver quarterly guidance to investors, and instead promised to invest over the long term to preserve the culture of innovation that the company so fiercely protected. 678 more words

TC

Jamie Dimon's Summer Reading List Suggests J.P. Morgan CEO May Now Be a Republican

Jamie Dimon, CEO of J.P. Morgan Chase and one of the most recognizable executives on the planet, will be reading up on the Republican party this summer. 304 more words

Finance

255,000 Jobs Added, Economy Still Growing

Financial FAQs

Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 255,000 in July, and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.9 percent, said the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics… 522 more words

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